William George Ward

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William George Ward (Londres, Inglaterra, 21 de março de 1812 - 6 de julho de 1882), foi um teólogo católico romano inglês.


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  • "A Brief Summary of the Recent Controvery on Infallibility; Being a Reply to Rev. Father Ryder on His Postscript"; Por William George Ward; Publicado por Burns, Oates, 1868
  • "A Few More Words in Support of No. 90 of the Tracts for the Times", (1841) - 91 páginas
  • "A Few Words in Support of No. 90 of the Tracts for the Times: Partly with Reference to Mr. Wilson's Letter"; Por William George Ward; Publicado por J. H. Parker, 1841; 48 páginas
  • "A Letter the Rev. Father Ryder on His Recent Pamphlet", H I D Ryder, (1867)
  • "A Second Letter to the Rev. Father Ryder"; Por William George Ward; Publicado por Burns, Oates, 1868; 72 páginas
  • "An Address to Members of Convocation in Protest Against the Proposed Statute"; Por William George Ward, University of Oxford Convocation; Publicado por James Toovey, 1845; 55 páginas
  • "Appendix to Five Lectures on Attrition, Contrition, and Sovereign Love" (1858) - 122 páginas
  • "Capital and Labour a Paper Read Before the Literary Section and General Members of the Nottingham and County Liberal Club: And to Delegates from Operatives' Trade Societies"; Por William George Ward; Publicado por Printed at the "Daily express" steam Print. Office, 1874;202 páginas;
  • "Essays on the Philosophy of Theism" (1884)
  • "Essays on the Church's Doctrinal Authority" (1880) - 565 páginas
  • "Essays on devotional and scriptural subjects" (1879)
  • "Five Lectures on Attrition, Contrition, and Sovereign Love: With a Practical Application of the Doctrine, Delivered in St. Edmund's Seminary"; Por William George Ward; Publicado por Printed by Robson, Levey, and Franklyn, 1857;70 páginas
  • "Introductory Lectures on the Science de Naturâ Et Gratiâ: Preceded by a Farewell Address"; por William George Ward; Publicado por s.n, 1858
  • "Mr. Mill's denial of necessary truth. W.G.W." (author). [Repr. from the] Dublin review; Por William George Ward; Publicado por , 1871; Original da Oxford University
  • "Mr. Shadworth Hodgson on Free Will." - 1880
  • "On Nature and Grace: A Theological Treatise, Book I, Philosophical Introduction"; Por William George Ward; Publicado por Burns and Lambert, 1860; Original da Universidade de Michigan; Digitalizado pela 12 jun. 2007; 490 páginas books.google
  • "Science, prayer, free will, & miracles, an essay, repr. from the 'Dublin review'."; Por William George Ward; Publicado por , 1881
  • "Strictures on Mr. Ffoulkes's Letter to Archbishop Manning"; de William George Ward - 1869
  • "The Anglican establishment contrasted, in every principle of its constitution, with the Church catholic of every age, being a 2nd letter to the editor of the 'Guardian'."; Por William George Ward; Publicado por , 1850; Original da Oxford University; Digitalizado pela 23 abr. 2007; books.google
  • "The Authority of Doctrinal Decisions which are Not Definitions of Faith: Considered in a Short Series of Essays Reprinted from "The Dublin Review."."; Por William George Ward; Publicado por Burns, Lambert, and Oates, 1866; Original da Oxford University; Digitalizado pela 24 ago. 2006; 200 páginas books.google
  • "The Condemnation of Pope Honorius: An Essay, Republished and Newly Arranged from the "Dublin Review." with a Few Notes in Reply to E.F. Willis"; Por William George Ward, E.F. Willis, Burns and Oates, Wyman & Sons; Publicado por Burns and Oates, 1879; 65 páginas
  • "The Extent of Free Will"; de William George Ward - 1881
  • "The Ideal of a Christian Church Considered in Comparison with Existing Practice: Containing a Defence of Certain Articles in the British Critic in Reply to Remarks on Them in Mr. Palmer's 'Narrative.'"; Por William George Ward; Publicado por J. Toovey, 1844; Original da Universidade da Califórnia; Digitalizado pela 12 out. 2007; 601 páginas books.google
  • "The Relation of Intellectual Power to Man's True Perfection, Considered in Two Essays Read Before the English Academy of the Catholic Religion ...: Considered in Two Essays Read Before the English Academy of the Catholic Religion ..."; Por William George Ward; Publicado por Burns and Lambert, 1862; 100 páginas
  • "Three Letters to the Editor of the Guardian: With a Preliminary Paper on the Extravagance of Certain Allegations which Imply Some Similarity Between the Anglican Establishment and Some Branch, Existing at Some Period, of the Catholic Church : and a Preface, Including Some Criticism of Professor ..."; Por William George Ward, Editor of the Guardian, Guardian (London, London Guardian; Publicado por Burns and Lambert, 1852; 261 páginas


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